Capture the Flag 7.0:
Contest runs from Friday 12pm to Sunday 12pm
Kentucky Suite (Oaks and Derby rooms)
- 1400pm – SEVillage Opens
- 1400 – 1430 opening comments / Open SECTF
- 1430-1500 – Call 1 followed by 10 min Q&A
- 1500-1530 – Call 2 followed by 10 min Q&A
- 1530-1600 – Call 3 followed by 10 min Q&A
- 1600-1630 – Call 4 followed by 10 min Q&A
- 1630-1700 – Call 5 followed by 10 min Q&A
- 1700-1730 – Call 6 followed by 10 min Q&A
- 1800-1930 – SEPanel – “Women In Tech”
Moderator: Babak Javadi
- 0900 – SEVIllage Opens
- 0900-0930 – opening comments
- 0930-1300 – Can You Fool The Polygraph?
- Short lunch break
- 1400-1700 – Mission SE Impossible
- 1800-1930 – SEPanel – “Ethics in SE”
- Track 1: One of last year’s Black Badge contests is back! Players compete against one another by exploiting off-the-shelf IoT devices. These 15+ devices all have known vulnerabilities, but to successfully exploit these devices requires lateral thinking, knowledge of networking, and competency in exploit development. CTFs are a great experience to learn more about security and test your skills, so join up in a team (or even by yourself) and compete for fun and prizes! Exploit as many as you can over the weekend and the top three teams will be rewarded.
- Track 2: Hack shop area for people to actively hack and collaborate on selected devices.
- Track 3: A variety of workshops and talks will be delivered throughout the weekend.
Car Hacking Village:
The Car Hacking Village is a Hand-On environment for understanding how vehicle systems work. Come join our village to sit down and play with vehicle controllers and understand how to get started in vehicle hacking. If we can, we will also be selling our Car Hacking Village badges which are programmable vehicle interfaces that look really classy. Join us to learn more about our upcoming Car Hacking CTF.
Hardware Hacking Village:
LVL1, Louisville’s first Hackerspace, will be hosting a hardware hacking village complete with devious and useful kits to solder together (no experience required! Through-hole and surface-mount kits available or bring your own), a 3D printer, and a showcase of projects. Need some bling for the party? We’ll have bright LED kits from Mr Blinky Bling to solder together, too. Interested in the low-level stuff? Stop by the hardware hacking village to hack together something of your own, chat with other hardware hackers, and check out some cool stuff. Interested in learning more about the LVL1 hackerspace? Visit http://www.lvl1.org
Hack Your Derby:
Ham Radio Exams
Amateur Radio (ham radio) is a popular hobby and service that brings people, electronics and communication together. People use ham radio to talk across town, around the world, or even into space, all without the Internet or cell phones. It’s fun, social, educational, and can be a lifeline during times of need.
DerbyCon 7, will be host a ham radio licensing exam! The cost is $15 (cash or check only). Check out the ARRL website for information on what to bring to the exam, as well as exam question pools, free study resources, and other FAQ.
Hack the Hat v7 – Cycle OverRide’s annual DerbyCon bicycle adventure
Crack Me If You Can (CMIYC) Challenge
Résumé and Interview Clinic
Friday 10:00am to 2:00pm
DerbyCon Jeopardy #3.14 (Oh, Hell Yeah, It Is!)
(One Night Only! Arrive Early. Limited Seating. Beer Bribery, OK.)